ROBINSON, JAMES M. - This name does not appear on the Almanac nor Davenport lists. GLO File Robertson Bounty No. 949 shows that bounty warrant No. 4/35 was issued to the heirs of James M. Robinson because he fell with Fannin. GLO File Robertson Donation No. 1215 has donation certificate No. 4/15 issued to the heirs of James M. Robinson because he fell with Fannin.
ROSS, GIDEON - This name is given on the Almanac list but not on the Davenport list. Davenport does have a "Gideon Rose," but the Almanac also has Gideon Rose and land grants were made to the heirs of both men. GLO File Bexar Bounty No. 1722 has bounty warrant No. 851 for 1920 acres from the adjutant general on June 18, 1851, issued to the heirs of Gideon Ross for his "having fallen with Fannin at Goliad." The heirs of Gideon Ross also received donation certificate No. 317 but it was lost. Duplicate certificate No. 31/34 was issued by the commissioner of the General Land Office on July 21, 1873, but the duplicate does not state the service. In the Land Office volume entitled "Register. Donation and Scrip," on page 82 beside this name and number is written, "Goliad." For land grants to Gideon Rose, see GLO Files Fannin Bounty No. 2 and Fannin Bounty No. 7.
SHACKLEFORD, JACK - The Almanac lists a "W. J. Shackleford," and a "F. S. Shackleford." Davenport has a "W. J. Shackleford," and a "Fortunatus S. Shackleford." General Land Office records show these two men to have been with Fannin and also show a "Jack Shackleford." GLO File Bexar Bounty No. 278 for Jack Shackleford shows his service to have been from January 19, 1836, to July 19, 1836; another bounty to Jack Shackleford (Travis Bounty No. 132) shows that he served in the army again from August 9, 1836, to January 19, 1837. In GLO File Milam Donation No. 174 is this statement regarding Jack Shackleford, " ... having been at Goliad with Col. Fannin."
SPOTSWOOD, G. D. - This name is not on the Almanac nor Davenport lists, but Land Office records show that he fell with Fannin. GLO Travis Donation No. 740 has donation certificate No. 28 issued by Clement R. Johns, comptroller, to the heirs of G. D. Spotswood on October 13, 1859, "in consideration of said Spotswood having fallen with Fannin." GLO File Robertson Bounty